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  • Development Comparison of Corporate Governance in Malaysia and Singapore

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    The Asian Financial Crisis which exposed the corporate governance weaknesses was a wake-up call for all the policymakers, standard setters as well as the companies (OECD, 2014). The parties that involved and affected from the crisis started to realize the importance of having strong corporate governance practices in their countries. Consequently, the Asian economies along with the OECD established the Asian Roundtable on Corporate Governance in 1999, in order to support the enhancement of corporate

  • Global Expansion

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    overseas markets. After investigati... ... middle of paper ... been open to the world for 20 years therefore, its growth has been extraordinary. Vietnam's economy has weathered the global economic slowdown of 2001 better than most other Asian economies, largely due to the fact that it is less integrated into the world economy and less vulnerable to declines in demand for its exports. Vietnam is growing economy with a bright future ahead of it. For our firm to expand international we

  • The Return of Depression Economics

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    economy-related books available I read The Return of Depression Economics by Paul Krugman. This book was written during the Asian financial crisis of the late 1990’s. Many say that Krugman wrote this book much too quickly to be fully correct on every issue that he wrote about in this book. Krugman mainly focuses on financial crises of the 1990’s and mostly on the Asian financial crisis. This book was very interesting to read even though I did not fully understand every issue he covered. In this book Krugman

  • The 2010s - A lost, instead of blossoming decade for China?

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    The financial crisis in 2008, having resulted from a tremendous bubble in the real estate market as well as highly leveraged banks and governments, has now become a debt crisis and is still an important in political discussions worldwide. Numerous employees have lost their jobs, many companies went bankrupt; nevertheless, there seemed to be one country that stroke off all difficulties and continued growing at an outstanding rate. In 2009 China’s GDP grew by 9% (, while all other economies

  • Financial Crisis

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    financial crisis that seem never ending. Many people consider backup plans for when the economy collapses and the dollar is worth next to nothing. There is no certainty that devesloped countries, like the US, will stay an international leader. Financial crisis are avoidable but only if the government adheres to the warning signs. If there is a lack of governance then a financial crisis may occur resulting in national and international economic suffering for the people of the world. Financial crisis have

  • The Rise of Asian Women in the Context of Globalization

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    are presented to us. On the other hand, instead of spreading wealth around, globalization and its current macro-economic policies have brought Asian countries a strong negative impact, such as the financial crisis and unemployment. The Asian woman is the most direct victim. Before many people overcome their "future shock" aroused by globalization, some Asian women have already risen to the positive and negative challenges of globalization, and they have become role models for a new generation in the

  • Global Adjustment Case Study

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    Is Global adjustment to the crisis and current imbalances likely to occur and if so how? a. What could be done to encourage smooth adjustment? To prevent another global financial crisis? First of all the financial crisis and current imbalances likely to occur again and remain problematic towards US and the rest of the world because one of the factors is the global unbalance where it effect the policy to rebuild. We can take example as Lehman cases which before this the invest and become bankruptcy

  • Philippines Intervention

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    The Philippines is a Southeast Asian archipelago with a population of over one hundred million. The country is ethnically diverse, but has a majority Roman Catholic population due to its occupation by Spanish colonial forces starting in the 17th century. This paper describes four potential crisis scenarios with a high degree of probability based on social, political, and geographic contingencies. 2. Overall Scenario: As mentioned in the graphical depiction, the planning team identified four possible

  • The Importance Of Crisis Communication

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    stakeholders in crises. Asian Social Science, 9(9), 31-44. Dr. Padgett is a teacher of business communication for both undergraduate and graduate studies for the Department of Communication at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. Dr. Padgett’s present research focuses on social elements ' - such as lawsuits, new technology, social media, and the greater sophistication of the public - effects on crises. She is a critical analysis scholar, whose areas of primary expertise include crisis rhetoric, crises

  • Pest Analysis Of The Mexican Peso Crisis In Mexico

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    WTO and the process of entering GATT. The economic crisis forced Mexico to attract foreign investment, and the crash weakened the state-led, nationwide focused model that had developed in Mexico in the previous years. The Mexican Peso Crisis of 1994 raised concern in the world and it came with many issues about the sustainability of the market oriented restructuring process in Latin America and other regions. In July 1997, the Asian financial crisis raised uncertainties of a worldwide economic meltdown